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Re: Sony DVD-NS575P Power Supply
Well I use to buy these things at servicing stations, depending what brand your dvd was.
but I sugest to buy a new dvd player, there is a posibilities that the high voltage just blew off some parts and components too.
BUT.. try to check your fuse first maybe thats the one just blew off. change it and try it again. at this time make sure everything is good and ready to go, and test.
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It sounds player get reset for some reason and most possible reason is power supply stops momentarily caused reset dvd player. If you have knowledge about electronics stuff repair then check main/ big capacitor of power supply board and replace it if found leaky to fix the issue or take it in local tv repair shop for that. Thanks.
1) Turn your DVD off. 2) Use the remote control and press: - Display - Top Menu - Clear - Power This should power the device into Service Mode. 3) Choose option 2 and then choose option 4. 4) There should be two fields: Input Code and Current Code, each one with 5 chars long. Type: 12450 Then push zero on all the 5 places of the first and the second field. Push ENTER. 5) There should be a zero on the device display, meaning that all regions are free. 6) Press POWER to turn it off and you're done.